Characteristics Of Jesus (2 Of 14) by Fenton Moorhead
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PERSON OF CHRIST, Tape 2, *page 1*
PERSON OF CHRIST - 3-22-98
Tape Two - Characteristics of Jesus
By Pastor Fenton Moorhead
... of Christ. And we're studying who is Jesus, from the perspective of what
are His characteristics? And last week we talked about Jesus being the Son of
God and the Son of man, those two titles that the Bible uses for Him. And if
you didn't get that, you'd like the tape, the cassette tapes are available of
all the messages, and those are there to spread the Word of God, they're in the
And so we look today at another characteristic. And the scripture and the
outline is there available for you, and I encourage you to make use of that.
I want us to begin by asking the question, What do you want from God? See, God
comes up to you and says, "What do you want?"
What would you say to Him? He's very interested in what you want from Him. As
you come to Him, and He invites you, He says, "Come to Me all who are weary and
heavy laden, life has gotten to you, come to Me." He invites you to come to
Him. He says, "My yoke is easy and My burden is light, I am gentle, I am
humble, I want you to come close to Me."
And so what is it, if you could sit down next to God, would you say to Him, God
this is what I want from you, what would you ask Him?
Well I got another e-mail that really caught my attention, it's called, "And
God Said No. I asked God to take away my pride, and God said no. He said it
was not for Him to take it away, but for me to give it up." Wow.
"I asked God to make my handicapped child whole, and God said no. He said, her
spirit was whole and her body was only temporary.
"I asked God to grant me patience, again He said no. He said, patience is a by
product of tribulations, it isn't granted, it is learned.
"I asked God to give me happiness, again He said no. He said He gives
blessings, happiness is up to me ...
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